The Katherine Darnstadt speeches focus on the importance of public design. Her company called ‘Architecture for Humanity’ aims to provide underprivileged communities with architectural solutions; it is comprised of a group of volunteer design professionals.
Darnstadt graduated from the Illinois Institute of Technology in 2005 with a Bachelor in Architecture. She currently teaches classes at the School of the Art Institute Chicago, in the fields of sustainability, and computer-aided design. She also writes for multiple digital and print publications around the world. She is the author behind the USGBC Chapter Community Engagement + Inclusion Resource Guide.
Due to her amazing work, she has been featured in various publications, including the Chicago Architect, NPR and Chicago Ideas Week. The Katherine Darnstadt speeches are sure to provide valuable insight into how communities can work together to create sustainable spaces.